Amorgos

Welcome to Amorgos! Capital of the island, spreads around the rock of the Venetian castle. Dozens of Byzantine churches, narrow alleys surrounding the two squares, arched arches and the characteristic Aegean color give Chora its unique style. You will swim in the rocky and pebbly beach of Kambi and in Agia Anna, which is below…

Anafi

Welcome to Anafi! The only settlement of the island, built amphitheatrically on a hill, in the ruins of the Venetian castle. The cobblestone streets, white houses with characteristic domes and picturesque windmills create an image of unique charm. The beaches on the south side of Annafi are sandy and windless, so they are the most…

Andros

Welcome to Andros! An alloy of Cycladic and neoclassical architecture, built on a hill 34 km southeast of Gavrio, the island’s port. It is characterized by the old town, the medieval Venetian houses, the ruins of the Venetian castle (13th century), the beautiful square with the statue of Nafani above the sea, the ouzo and…

Antiparos

Welcome to Antiparos! A white stroke on a light blue background is the island’s capital, with picturesque windmills and whitewashed churches. Its houses are built around the castle, which consists of the settlements of Mesa and Exo Kastro, and – like the Folegandros and Sifnos Countries – is an example of a medieval fortification settlement.…

Donousa

Welcome to Donousa! Donousa, and sometimes spelled Donoussa, is an island and a former community in the Cyclades, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Naxos and Lesser Cyclades, of which it is a municipal unit. Donousa is the easternmost island of the Lesser Cyclades. Donousa is located 16…

Folegandros

Welcome to Folegandros! Capital of the island, with small whitewashed houses with colorful wooden casks on the windows, nice squares and picturesque medieval castle district. On the one hand there are unlimited views and steep, steep cliffs and on the other the hill with the monastery of Panagia gives its mark. It is worth climbing…

Ios

Welcome to Ios! A typical Cycladic capital, picturesque and white, is built on the site of the ancient city, from which today only the temple of Pythian Apollo is preserved, near the church of Agia Catherine. At the top of the hill is the chapel of Agios Nikolaos and around it are the ruins of…

Irakleia

Welcome to Irakleia! Irakleia or Heraklia is an island and a former community in the Cyclades, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Naxos and Lesser Cyclades, of which it is a municipal unit. Its population was officially 141 inhabitants at the 2011 census, and its land area 17.795 square…

Kea (Tzia)

Welcome to Kea! One of the most beloved destinations for a few days vacation, but also the ideal island for a weekend getaway. As a true representative of the Cyclades, Kea steals her impressions with her amphitheatrically built Country, its centuries-old history and its windmills. On its crystal clear beaches and clear blue waters you…

Kimolos

Welcome to Kimolos! A white stroke on a light blue background is the island’s capital, with picturesque windmills and whitewashed churches. Its houses are built around the castle, which consists of the settlements of Mesa and Exo Kastro, and – like the Folegandros and Sifnos Countries – is an example of a medieval fortification settlement.…

Koufonisia

Welcome to Koufonisia! Koufonisia  is a former community in the Cyclades, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Naxos and Lesser Cyclades, of which it is a municipal unit. The municipal unit has an area of 26.025 km2. Koufonisia includes three main islands: Epano, Pano or Ano Koufonisi (for Upper) often merely called Koufonisi Kato Koufonisi (for Lower) …

Kythnos

Welcome to Kythnos! Kythnos, the island of simplicity and hospitality, will lead you to Cycladic paths, to whitewashed settlements, to the beautiful villages of Hora and Dryopida and to 99 beaches that will make you quickly realize that you are on a terrestrial paradise. Kythnos is a Cycladic island between Kea and Serifos. It is…

Milos

Welcome to Milos! Even the most demanding visitor will be impressed with the 75 beaches of Milos. Different landscapes, alternating images and heavenly waters compose the island’s mosaic of great history, hospitable people, sea caves and early Christian catacombs. The locals respect and appreciate their visitors as they will make you feel at home. Info…

Mykonos

Welcome to Mykonos! Undoubtedly, it is an island known all over the world, and especially to those who love clubbing until morning and intense life. Beyond all this, the cosmopolitan Mykonos is a beautiful island, with many different beaches, excellent accommodation, picturesque coves and of course the famous Pelican. If you love water sports, Mykonos…

Naxos

Welcome to Naxos! The island’s capital, strikingly white, with its well-preserved Venetian castle on the top of the hill, wins the visitor with its simplicity. In our port we are greeted by the “Portara”, the gateway to the ancient temple of Apollo, a trademark of Naxos. It is worth visiting the Church of Our Lady…

Paros

Welcome to Paros! Cosmic, hospitable, picturesque, whitewashed… Charming Paros, a true gem of the Aegean Sea, is characterized by its beautiful pebbly beaches, its golden beaches, its paradise blue waters. At the taverns you will taste the famous “fur”, in its bars you will spend the night until morning, in its seas you will enjoy…

Santorini

Welcome to Santorini! An amalgam of different landscapes, a mosaic of red, black, and white alternating … all encompassed by the unique blue of the Aegean. It is no coincidence that Santorini is gathering its fanatics from all over the Earth. Just make sure you have a camera with you to capture every moment of…

Schoinoussa

Welcome to Schoinoussa! Schoinoussa or Schinoussa  is an island and a former community in the Cyclades, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Naxos and Lesser Cyclades, of which it is a municipal unit. It lies south of the island of Naxos, in the Lesser Cyclades group, between the island communities of Irakleia and Koufonisia. The population was 256 inhabitants at the…

Serifos

Welcome to Serifos! Nestled on a steep hill, the capital of Serifos remains virtually untouched by tourism. Cuban whitewashed houses, churches in tiny squares, old windmills, the hilltop castle and the few cafes and taverns create its picturesque scenery. It consists of two neighborhoods, Upper and Lower Hora, and is 5 km away from the…

Sifnos

Welcome to Sifnos! Harmoniously combining tourism with tradition, this island has many reasons to be on your favorite destinations list. Particularly clean and tidy, even in the heart of summer, with its own distinctive beaches, picturesque villages on the waves or inland, with people who will warmly welcome you. A stroll through the Castle, the…

Sikinos

Welcome to Sikinos! The capital of Sikinos is built on the edge of the cliff, above the glistening waters of the Aegean Sea, and is 3.5 km from the port. Picturesque, like all the capitals of the Cyclades, white, with its mansions and their houses united, to protect the inhabitants of earlier times from invaders.…

Syros – Ermoupoli

Welcome to Syros! Famous and popular, the capital of the Cyclades excites its visitor with its architecture, history, seaside – and not only – destinations. Its beaches cater to every taste, its magnificent accommodations meet every requirement in the accommodation sector, its casino is waiting for you to make your fortune. Too many restaurant and…

Therasia

Welcome to Therasia! Therasia, also known as Thirasía  is an island in the volcanic island group of Santorini in the Greek Cyclades. It lies north-west of Nea Kameni, a small island formed in recent centuries by volcanic activity and thus marking the centre of the island group. Therasia is the second largest island of the group, the largest by far…

Tinos

Welcome to Tinos! The port and capital of the island is a relatively modern small town, dominated by the imposing church of Our Lady of Evangelistria. On the uphill road leading to it you will find shops with folk art, candles, icons and tombs. Worth a visit, the church of the Taxiarches, with a carved…